Saturday, January 31, 2015

Hearts of the West February Blog Hop

Welcome to the Hearts of the West team blog hop!


If this is your first time joining us you will love it. It features Close to my hearts Consultants from all over Canada showing you their projects. The hearts of the west team was founded by Nancy Klein.

This months challenge is the Brushed  paper pack, brought to you by the Annual Inspirations catalogue and hand picked by Nancy Klein.

If you came from Holly Young-Bowers's Blog then you're in the right place. This is a go around blog hop so you can start anywhere! Just in case, the full list will be at the bottom. So, as always, grab your coffee, tea, water, relax, and hop around the team with us.


For this quick and simple card I used the beautiful Brushed papers, some white cardstock, Joyful Birthday stamp set, black ink and the Artiste Cricut Cartridge to cut out the bow. This bow is super easy to fold up since the Cricut cuts all the holes for you, so all that's needed is a brad to hold it all together.
This is a relatively simple card, but it would be really easy to make a bunch of these as a gift pack or even as invites for an event. I love how the sweet bow adds some dimension an interest with almost no work at all!

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Thanks for joining us this month and come back next month to see what creative projects we can bring to you! Thank you for stopping by and please feel free to leave a comment.


Thanks for stopping by,

10 comments:

  1. What a great showcase for this paper! I keep seeing that bow in different places and really like it. I'm definitely going to have to try it!!

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  2. Beautiful card! Love the layout.

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  3. Very nice. The bow and the border really add to the card.

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  4. Love how easy this would be to make and how great it looks. I haven't made any of those bows yet but I know I will be making some soon.

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  5. Love the Bow!! and the rest of the card too!!

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  6. Lovely, and simple.. Sometimes simple is enough.

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  7. OMG Chelsey I love this! It is so simple yet gorgeous!

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  8. These papers make cards so fantastic! Great job!!

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  9. I love your beautiful, simple card Chelsey! Thanks for sharing!

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  10. This is a fabulous card, one that would be fun to teach at a class.

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